Green Ghana Project: EKMA boss leads assembly to plant 2,225 trees

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The Effia Kwesimintsim Municipal Assembly (EKMA) has planted about 2,225 trees to augment government’s Green Ghana Project which seeks to plant 20 million trees nationwide.

The Green Ghana Project seeks to complement the efforts of the government to reverse the impact of climate change, the depletion of the forest reserves to ensure the country grows a greener environment.

 

Government has projected to plant 20 million trees in the 2022 Green Ghana Project which is being carried out across the country.

 

In Effia Kwesimintsim Municipal Assembly, 16 schools 16 communities CHIPS Compound, NGOs and other institutions have all participated in the exercise to ensure it success.

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The Municipal Chief Executive of Effia Kwesimintsim, Hon. Kojo Acquah, said the assembly was tasked to plant 2,225 trees which they have also deplored others to plant the trees in the communities within the assembly.

 

He also said, the assembly has put out some measures to ensure the trees planted are not destroyed by animals.

 

The NADMO Coordinator of Effia Kwesimintsim Municipal Assembly (EKMA), Henry Koufie, also in an interview, appealed to the assembly members and the community leaders to ensure the trees are water regularly to make them grow.

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